Have you found you have more bedrooms in your home than you have people? When you bought your home, you may have had a full house, but over time, your family – especially your kids – may come and go as they get older. Or maybe you purchased a home with an extra room with the thought of transforming it into something special. Here are some ideas for what to do with that extra real estate.
If you’re moving from one home to another, ideally into a new San Joaquin Valley Homes community! – you may have to sell your current home. To do so quickly and to receive a great offer, staging may be key. Your realtor will most likely have a stager he/she works with, but you can also try it on your own – especially if there is a fee involved. Here are some areas of your home to pay close attention to.
When it comes to decorating your new home, you many know exactly how you want your rooms to look, but do you know what style you lean toward? Here is a list of some of the most popular themes and a description of each. Being able to put a name to what you like may make it easier to shop and plan around a particular interior design style.
If you are feeling settled into your new home, you may think the only thing missing is a new family pet. If you believe your lifestyle and children are ready for this big step, here are some tips on how to get started on this exciting new venture.
Local Home Developer to Build Tiffany Ranch Offering 78 Single-Family Homes
VISALIA, Calif. – San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) and Presidio Residential Capital recently closed on a parcel of land located on Hillsdale Avenue between Akers Avenue and Shirk Avenue in Visalia, Calif., with plans to build Tiffany Ranch, a new neighborhood of 78 single-family detached homes. Land development has already begun and model construction will start in August.
Tucked into the San Joaquin Valley in Central California is the city of Porterville serving as the gateway to Sequoia National Park, home to our planet’s most massive trees, roughly only an hour away. For a weekend getaway, Porterville is under four hours to the Pacific Coast’s Avila Beach and only minutes away from the mountains. It has its own newspaper, The Porterville Recorder, and is home to more than 50,000 people.
Summer is here, it’s hot in our little valley and it is a typically expensive time of the year when it comes to utilities. You may also find your home is a little busier right now working from home and a decidedly lack of kids’ activities available. We’ve curated a few ways to keep your utility costs down during the next few months.
Whether you’re dealing with small closets or massive walk-ins in your master suite, there are many ways to maximize the space available. These simple and inexpensive ways to organize your closet will make your life much easier.
Father’s Day is the one day of the year we dedicate to that very cool guy we call, or think of, as dad. A typical Father’s Day consists of a special meal, a fun activity and a visit if he lives elsewhere. This year you may want to handle this occasion a little differently, so we’ve come up with some ways to make dad feel just as special as ever!
Mother’s Day is just a few weeks away, and this year, it may be different than any other you’ve celebrated. Instead of visiting mom or sending her off for a day of pampering, you may have to change how you and your family celebrate. A little creative thinking combined with some thoughtful touches will have mom feeling very loved.
Home is where you relax and enjoy all you have worked toward. But having toddlers and little kids also means a constant busy struggle staying one step ahead of them to make sure they stay safe all the time. We’ve put together a list of ways to keep your little ones out of trouble’s way.
We’re all a few weeks in to self-isolating, and it may feel at times like the walls are closing in. Families everywhere are looking for ways to keep their children busy and occupied while the adults work from home or take a much-needed break.
A letter from San Joaquin Valley Homes regarding COVID-19
As a local homebuilder and a proud member of the community, our priority is the health and safety of our customers and sales team. With that in mind, we want you to know how we are addressing the concerns generated by Coronavirus (COVID-19).